Residenza d'Epoca Pietra di Ponente

Address: Via Doganale 14a, Ciampino, Lazio, 00043, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Ciampino Airport area of Ciampino, is near Castel Gandolfo, Villa Aldobrandini, Circeo Peninsula, and Alcazar.
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      Travel Blogs from Ciampino

      Rome: From heaven, to hell, to earth.

      A travel blog entry by mysuppression on Jul 29, 2014

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      ... poured in the girls glasses. In a nutshell, when asking for the bill, we were presented with a bill of 1400euro. Equivalent to $2000 Australian. I knew in the pit of my stomach that the decision to entering club was a bad idea in the first place, but fate had it, that’s where were ended up unfortunately, and the price had to be paid. It was later discovered that the escort club was run and owned by the Calabrian Mafia, and therefore it is an experience and a ...

      When in Rome!

      A travel blog entry by melissaclark on Feb 19, 2014

      8 photos

      ... the center of town, and then made our way back to our hostel to pack up and head to the train station. We stopped and had Italian pizza for the last time and then made our way to Roma Termini Station. Saying goodbye to Imogen and Iain has probably been one of the hardest things we've had to do this trip! When we left each other in Budapest, we knew that we would see eachother soon, but this time things are different! All four of us will be in university ...

      The Rest of Italy

      A travel blog entry by evanbelldvm on Aug 20, 2013

      ... faded - there were even some ash encased inhabitants on display! Very cool pace to visit, very large, but if you go make sure you get a guide who speaks English fluently (if you want a tour) because mine didn't. Still very worthwhile to do! Sorrento was my favorite place on the trip so far. It is in the Almafi coast which has small towns lining the cliffs facing the ocean. The beaches, while small and not very sandy, were great with the cliff faces and clean water. It ...

      The Great Big Walking Tour

      A travel blog entry by gtlr on May 11, 2013

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... we still had a couple of hours so we would head to the Domus Aurea - Nero's palace. It's near the Colosseum, the kids weren't too impressed as they were tired and feet were sore but a bottle of fizzy got them going and off we set, when we got there we found it was fenced off as they are excavating the ruins however you could still see a large part of it. The kids were tired so I sat with them at a playground where they didn't even go and play but we watched the local ...

      The Storm (Part I)

      A travel blog entry by laschus on Mar 09, 2013

      ... taxis were gone, and all transport out of Ciampino for the evening had simply ceased.

      Debbie hadn't lost her resolve, but I had to admit defeat at this point. It seemed that no matter where I went or what I did, every opportunity closed itself as I was checking out the next. The wi-fi kept taunting us with "you are logged in successfully!" only to not be able to get online. Activating international roaming on our phones, checking every avenue, and probably having even ...